Broken Families Dragging Down Growth

Social Fabric by from National Review, November 26, 2013

Are Republican politicians trying to frame a policy agenda stuck in a Reagan rut? A good case can be made that they are—or have been.

Tax cuts have been a staple of Republican platforms since Jack Kemp persuaded Ronald Reagan to back a 30 percent tax-rate cut in the 1980 campaign. Republicans, with some Democratic support, passed cuts for everyone under Reagan and George W. Bush.

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